Saturday, May 19, 2007

Putting the Bang in Bangladesh and with Saudi $, too.

Militants preparing to launch car bomb attacks. "We have several hundred cadres ready." Denies links to Taliban or other violent groups outside of Bangladesh. Hmm. What about the Wahhabi dough you're rolling in these days, scumbag?

Islamist militants in Bangladesh are preparing to launch car bomb attacks and carry out other deadly missions, one self-described militant commander said in a rare interview with a private television channel.

"After going somewhat slow following the execution of our top six leaders, (Bwa-ha-ha-ha!)we have regrouped, received funding from Saudi Arabia, acquired training and (are) now recruiting drivers to operate suicide vehicles," he told Ekushey television (ETV).

Okay, here's how it works. The money flows from Saudi Wahhabists to the jihadis. They wave it under the nose of an impoverished and ignorant Muslim, we'll call Mo Six Pack. Mo hasn't been living the life of Riley over in Bangladesh. What with the monsoons, tsunamis, floods and such and with four wives and 9 kids to feed he's feeling the pressure. He can't even have a cocktail to relax. No wonder he's ready to go off like a rocket. Throw in the concept of paradise with 72 sloe-eyed virgins waiting for him and you got yourself a new recruit. I still don't know what they offer the women jihadi...

But you know what I really like about these jihadis? They are such cowards. Truly. They hide in their caves and wear burkas to disguise themselves. Or they run off to hide behind the skirts of the Iranian theocracy, ala Nasrallah. IMO this is clearly a manifestation of their deep seeded insecurities about their sexuality. That and their inbreeding. But that's a topic for another day... Read on about the brave but covered from head to toe "militant" blowing his horn from his "undisclosed jungle location".

ETV aired the interview on Wednesday night, showing the militant hooded in a black robe from head to toe, and only revealing one eye."I cannot give my name for security reasons," he said, describing himself as the commander of the Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen, an outlawed group seeking to introduce Shariah law in Bangladesh.

"The executions did not break our morale, rather inspired us to carry forward their mission," the militant said in the interview, conducted in an undisclosed jungle location. The name of the self-proclaimed militant commander was also not disclosed."We have several thousand cadres ready, including many to operate suicide missions."The militant said one funding means was "our people who work in Saudi Arabia", who send some of their own savings and collect from other sources."We are ready to strike again, soon," he added.

The militants faced some operational difficulties because of a state of emergency in Bangladesh now, but hoped to overcome those soon, the militant said."Now we have drafted young and old, and even women. They are all trained and equipped."Asked what mission he wanted to achieve, the militant said "to establish Allah's rule in the soil of Allah.""Anyone who accepts our demand is a friend, anyone who don't is an enemy. And we will finish them."However, he denied any links with the Taliban or other violent groups outside Bangladesh.Defence analyst Brig General (retd) Shahedul Anam Khan told ETV the threat of car bombings could be real but it might take some time before there was an attack.